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Oct 25, 2017 Oct 25, 2017

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Hello, I am new to Adobe Stock and this was my first picture submitted and it was rejected due to a grain/noise problem. Can some one help explain please? In the explanation it talked about post production editing but this is straight off the camera. I tend to not edit my photos at all because I like to keep them as close to what I am actually seeing as possible. Thank you for any feed back

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Adobe Community Professional , Nov 16, 2017 Nov 16, 2017
I would expect it to be rejected for "no commercial appeal" or something (unless people really want images of two butterflies making out ) rather than noise/grain. I mean, yes, there's some noise, but it seems like the normal amount of grain for an image like this. Try resubmitting.

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Nov 16, 2017 Nov 16, 2017

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I would expect it to be rejected for "no commercial appeal" or something (unless people really want images of two butterflies making out ) rather than noise/grain. I mean, yes, there's some noise, but it seems like the normal amount of grain for an image like this. Try resubmitting.

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I think I answered this one - the tips of the wings seem blurred. Check for other areas at 100% enlarged. Also might be something in the stem area under the flower. Hard for us to say unless we can take the photo to our own screen. I do butterflys and yes, lots of people use them.JH

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